“Technology in Pedagogy” is not just about staying up to date on the latest technology tools, but more importantly it is about understanding how to successfully incorporate the available tools into our teaching to make it more effective and engaging.
This series highlights the effective use of technology for teaching and learning and will bring together NUS teaching staff for informal chats about innovative teaching methods to improve student learning with the use of technology. This will also enable instructors to explore possibilities and how the tools can be applied in the respective disciplines or fields.
The posts in this section are based on sessions conducted at Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning (CDTL) that brings together NUS staff for informal chats about innovative and cutting-edge technologies that we hope can assist in teaching and learning. Each session will feature a speaker(s) who will share a technology that he/she uses in his/her teaching followed by Q&A and discussions.
- Leveraging Peer feedback
- How shall we know them? Learning through assessment
- Virtually Vygotsky: Using Technology to Scaffold Student Learning
- The Slow Road to Flipping
- Collaborative Learning using Google Docs & Maps
- Social Media in Education
- Online Assessments
- If you can’t Say it, Voice it: Using Text-to-speech in Presentations
- Teaching Computational Thinking using Cloud Computing
- Apps for Educators
- Using Multimodal Communications for Critical Thinking Assignments
- Using SMS to Increase Interaction with Students during Lectures
- Teaching Large Classes: Technology to the rescue!
- Gamification: How to do it Right and Why it is No Good